The work we’re referring to is cosmetic surgery and, statistically speaking, the chances are that the person you’re asking this question has indeed had a tweak or two. Particularly if you’re in America, where the American Society of Plastic Surgeon’s annual review estimates that 17.5 million surgical and “minimally invasive” procedures (by which they mean things such as fillers and Botox) took place last year.

The American stats for 2016 show the breakdown for the big jobs – the cosmetic equivalents of a new roof as opposed to a lick of paint – in greater detail.

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